It sounds wild to try to condense the massive network of gameplay, economics, and social structure that is EVE Online down to a mobile format, let alone port it one-to-one, but CCP Games and NetEase Games intends to do just that with EVE Echoes. The game has just entered Open Beta and players can sign up and venture into the mobile universe now.
EVE: Echoes from CCP Games and Netease was originally revealed back in 2018 with planned 2019 release before it got delayed. The ambitious mobile MMO EVE: Echoes was finally confirmed to release this month and pre-orders and pre-registrations recently went live on the App Store and Google Play. If you’ve not followed the game at all, EVE: Echoes is an EVE game set in an alternate universe that promises to be a competent take on the massive EVE Online for mobile devices. It has gone live a day early on the App Store to let people download it early according to the developers.
Alongside the launch of EVE Echoes in Open Beta comes a new update for the game from its previous Alphas. An expanded roster of ships, drones, and modules make their way to the game, along with an new trading platform, storyline missions, and a new tutorial that will introduce and bring fresh players up to speed on the stylings of EVE Echoes control, whether you’re an old hand at EVE Online or have never touched an EVE game before. All this comes alongside various balance tweaks and optimizations for the game. In addition, our site z2u.com has a large quantity of safe EVE Echoes ISK For Sale.
EVE: Echoes is still set to release on August 13th for iOS and Android. It has gone live a day early on the App Store for iOS for pre-downloading while it still is available to pre-register on Google Play. It should be available to download on Google Play in a few hours. EVE: Echoes is free to play with in app purchases ranging from Omega to Skill Chips.
EVE Echoes is developed by NetEase Games, who are working closely with CCP to faithfully adapt the game. Though EVE Echoes is reportedly set in its own distinct universe and is likely far away from any type of crossplay or connection with the main EVE Online game, the Open Beta marks a major step for the game. Perhaps we’ll see the full version join the ranks of 2020 game releases.